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New Year's Bacon

LooperLooper Posts: 44
Seems like there's quite a few excellent bacon posts lately.  Here's mine that I just finished slicing today.


  • jls9595jls9595 Posts: 1,528
    awesome, I gotta get me a slicer.  that looks great
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  • shtgunal3shtgunal3 Posts: 4,002
    Looks damn good .



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  • DMWDMW Posts: 12,315
    That slicer looks like the right tool for the job! What size blade does it have?
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  • LooperLooper Posts: 44
    edited January 2014

  • LooperLooper Posts: 44
    That would be a 12.5 inch blade. It's a 1940s Berkel deli slicer we bought off a guy who had it stored in his barn.  It was completely covered in rust and years of filth.  The body is cast iron and everything else is stainless.  The thing is a tank.  It took a few weeks to restore but was definitely worth it.
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